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Related Information. Close Figure Viewer. Browse All Figures Return to Figure. Previous Figure Next Figure. Email or Customer ID. While there is not a standard curriculum , students typically take classes in policy analysis , environmental science , environmental law and politics , ecology , energy , and natural resource management.
Graduates of these programs are employed by governments , international organizations , private sector , think tanks , universities , and so on. Due to the lack of standard nomenclature , institutions use varying designations to refer to academic degrees they award. However, the degrees typically fall in one of four broad categories: master of arts , master of science , master of public administration , and PhD in environmental policy.
Sometimes, more specific names are used to reflect the focus of the academic program. For example, the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey awards master of arts in international environmental policy MAIEP to emphasize the international orientation of the curriculum. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Energy. Environmental Policy in the European Union. The European Series.
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This volume provides the first. It analyses the process of policy integration - the greening of public policy - across the relevant sectors and countries.
It finds significant variation from sector to sector and from country to country, and analyses the reasons for this. Surprisingly the UK, traditionally the 'dirty man' of Europe is far more actively engaged than environmental 'progressives' such as Germany. It identifies the obstacles to integration and offers solutions for policy formulation, decision making and implementation at the relevant political levels.
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